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Journal on Education in Emergencies - Vol2, Num1

The second edition of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) was published in December 2016. 

The second edition of the JEiE contains five articles -- three research articles and two field notes -- and three book reviews that cover a variety of scholarly/policytopics and types of research design. Topics include lessons from a psychosocial and trauma-focused approach in Gaza schools; norms, violence, and girls' education in Afghanistan; and education and citizenship in Mali. 

The full JEiE Volume 2, Number 1 can be downloaded for free from the INEE website, and individual articles can be downloaded by clicking on the titles below. More about the second edition, including a note from the Editor and full abstracts of the articles, can be read on the INEE Blog.



Journal on Education in Emergencies -

Volume 2, Number 1, December 2016



Editorial Board


Finding a Way Forward: Conceptualizing Sustainability in Afghanistan's Community-Based Schools
Michelle J. Bellino, Bibi-Zuhra Faizi, and Nirali Mehta

Will You Send Your Daughter to School? Norms, Violence, and Girls' Education in Uruzgan, Afghanistan
Dana Burde and Jehanzaib Khan

Resilience of LGBTQIA Students on Delhi Campuses
Anjali Krishan, Apurva Rastogi, and Suneeta Singh



A School Under Fire: The Fog of Educational Practice in War 
Kathe Jervis

School-Based Intervention in Ongoing Crisis: Lessons from a Psychosocial and Trauma-Focused Approach in Gaza Schools
Jon-Håkon Schultz, Laura Marshall, Helen Norheim, and Karam Al-Shanti 


The Outcast Majority: War, Development, and Youth in Africa by Marc Sommers
Susan Shepler

Arab Dawn: Arab Youth and the Demographic Dividend They Will Bring by Bessma Momani
Elizabeth Buckner 

Education and Empowered Citizenship in Mali by Jaimie Bleck
Yoby Guindo 




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